Internet Banking

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Advances in technology and the internet continue to make our lives easier. Internet banking through Exchange State Bank allows you to put these advances to work for you by giving you access to your accounts right at your fingertips. 
Banking online with Exchange State Bank provides convenience through a number of great features:
  • View account histories
  • Check account balances
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • See recent transactions
  • View balances on loans and make payments
  • Pay your bills online
  • Export account information to accounting software on your personal computer (Quicken or Money)
  • Set up alerts and notifications to help you monitor account activity
Internet banking through Exchange State Bank is safe, as we use the latest industry standard security to keep your account information private. But perhaps the best part about internet banking is that it costs you nothing!

Getting Started

Enrolling in Exchange State Bank’s internet banking is simple. You can enroll directly online (link to 3rd party online banking) or you can come by our location and one of our friendly customer service representatives will help set up your account. You’ll then receive your password and instructions in the mail, and you’re ready to start banking online!
Read the Internet Banking Agreement here.

E-statements Enrollment

Want to receive your statement electronically?

We can deliver your statement by EMAIL  –  FAST, CONVENIENT, SECURE AND FREE!

E-Statements can not only reduce clutter – they look and function just like a paper statement.  You can view, print and download your statements – anywhere and anytime you access the internet!


Download our easy to use E-Statement Authorization Form here!

Print the form, sign it and return it to Exchange State Bank to start receiving your statement by email.

If you ever have any issues or questions with your internet banking, Exchange State Bank’s customer service representatives will gladly help you. 
Reminder:   You should not include any confidential information within an email.   Please contact the bank directly if you need to provide confidential information.